Vacancy posted: Friday, 9 Mar 2012
Salary: £7.2198 Per hour
You will be responsible for supervising the use of the mobile play equipment, ensuring safe play and promoting stimulating play opportunities.
You must have experience in supervising and providing play opportunities for children, a knowledge of the management of health and safety in a play setting and the ability to demonstrate an innovative approach to play. You should also be adaptable, capable of working on your own initiative and as part of a team. You must be prepared to change your place of work on a daily basis.
The mobile play post will be temporary from 29 May until 11 August 2012. Hours will normally be worked 5 days over 7 and will include weekends. Induction and necessary additional training will be provided.
You will require to become a Protecting Vulnerable Group Scheme (PVG) member prior to starting this post.
This post is apply on-line only.
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Job Reference: NLA002016
Closing Date: 25-Mar-2012
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Service and people first is not just a vision, it's a commitment. It says a lot about what we are and what we want to achieve for the people of North Lanarkshire. To provide the best service possible for the people who live from Stepps in the west and Harthill in the east, from the Kilsyth Hills to the Clyde and including Airdrie, Bellshill, Coatbridge, Cumbernauld, Kilsyth, Motherwell, Shotts and Wishaw, we are looking for people who can inspire, lead the way, who are dedicated team players and committed to providing the very best service imaginable. Being the fourth largest authority in Scotland and the largest employer in North Lanarkshire, we have a diverse range of jobs from teachers, social workers, solicitors and architects to support services; like IT, HR, training, communications, mention gardeners, refuse collectors and drivers. The list is endless.